Grant to help restore oak habitat in Oregon, California January 20, 2015 Oregon

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Grant to help restore oak habitat in Oregon, California January 20, 2015 Oregon, Daily Astorian
... About 93 percent of Oregon's oak woodlands have fallen to development or overgrowth from decades of fire suppression, and oak-dependent animals ranging from acorn woodpeckers to titmice [and deer] are suffering along with their lost habitat... The Klamath-Rogue Oak Woodland Health and Habitat Conservation Project was one of five Oregon projects that collectively received about $22 million of federal Farm Bill money ...

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